Good news: Republicans are losing in court because they broke the law. The slew of right-wing losses in states like Ohio, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina -- and now Wisconsin -- demonstrate that the era of Republicans simply choosing their own voters without consequences is coming to a close.
Bad news: Short term, the GOP is hoping the U.S. Supreme Court will overrule some of these state-level decisions. Long term, Republicans are now investing BIG into electing partisan, right-wing state judges who would uphold their future gerrymandered maps.
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Sula – the past six months of working for fair redistricting have been both exhilarating and challenging.
Exhilarating because we've helped prevent gerrymandered maps in states like Colorado, Oregon, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and more. Challenging because Republicans continue to use every possible tactic to gerrymander – and they're becoming more ruthless.
We're now transitioning into a new phase of redistricting. Most states have adopted maps, but that doesn't mean the fight is over: With our affiliates, the NDRC continues to defend fair maps and support voters in lawsuits against manipulated maps, hold Republicans accountable for gerrymandering, and, with the 2022 elections coming up, support candidates who will defend fair redistricting.
This new phase is just as important as the last one, and we can't risk losing momentum. So we have to ask: How committed are you to seeing redistricting through to the end?
Since 2017, the NDRC has executed a comprehensive redistricting strategy that shifts the redistricting power, creating fair districts where Democrats can compete. Our victories have been made possible by our strong community of grassroots supporters.
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Happy International Women’s Day!
The Chamber celebrates a world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive, and commemorates the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements of women across the globe.
We honor the remarkable leaders and mentors who have overcome gender biases and, through inexhaustible strength, willpower, and determination, have forged their way to success and paved a path toward gender equality.
Artists who form part of this collective exhibition: Claudia Andujar, Luiz Braga, Rodrigo Braga, Gisela Motta, Leandro Lima, Walda Marques, Elaine Pessoa, Elza Lima, Edgar Kanaykõ, Rogério Assis, Regina Parra, Lalo de Almeida, Victor Moriyama, Nailana Thiely, Luciana Magno, and Ana Nitzan.